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Yes, making eggs on the stove is pretty simple, but the microwave can not do the trick when you're without a full kitchen, in a rush, or just feeling lazy
If you're in the mood for being scrubbed on the stove! , poached, sunny-side up, or hard-boiled, here's how to whip eggs with a few short zaps.
How to Make Scrambled Eggs in the Microwave
Compared to what you get from the stovetop, the microwave scramble tastes more like a broken-up omelet. They can souffle up a bit, so you'll see a bigger volume too.
- Crack two eggs in a mug. Add a splash of milk if you want them fluffier.
- Beat to combine.
- Microwave for 2 minutes on high, stopping and stirring in 30-second increments.